Earth day celebrations here
at midnite i went out and put on the christmas lights, turned on everything but the bedroom lights, i did that after everyone was up, as well as turning on all the puters, tv's, radios etc.,
then i just came back from driving aimlessly all over southern delaware leaving a large carbon footprint with
my gas guzzling suv.
i am really quite proud of myself. good day so far..............................
and fuck al gore and the greenies
That's awesome. I would urge everyone else who sees this to do the same. Turn on everything and recycle nothing (if you recycled anyway).
Just now I turned on every light I can, and the TV is going even though I'm not even watching it.
The computers were easy to take care of, since I run them 24/7 anyway. I suppose I could leave the monitor on (it's a CRT; uses more power) too.
Red, great job!
What was the point? To make yourself spend more money? Conserving energy and doing what you can for the environment is a positive thing. I guess if you feel that turning on all your lights is going to get back at the greenies, then more power to you. It'll just show up on your utility bill.
Last edited by CoonTownYT; 04-22-2009 at 07:17 PM.
Sending a message.
Originally Posted by CoonTownYT
Since the enviro-nazis say that Earth Day is supposed to be about conserving energy/reducing carbon footprint, that's why some do the opposite just for the day.
"NIGGERS SURE ARE FUNNY CRITTERS."
"THEY'RE PREACHING TO OUR KIDS IN SCHOOL THAT THESE BLACK SAVAGES ARE OUR EQUALS,THEY'RE OUR BROTHERS AND SISTERS!I TELL 'EM THEY'RE CRAZY!"
I plan on burning my trash along with a shitload of plastic and rubber.
Maybe I'll burn them old tires that have been sitting in the corner too.
If ye love wealth better than liberty, the tranquility of servitude than the animated contest of freedom — go home from us in peace. We ask not your counsels or arms. Crouch down and lick the hands which feed you. May your chains sit lightly upon you, and may posterity forget that you were our countrymen!
Samuel Adams: Speech in Philadelphia; August 1, 1776
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